When you choose to study Health Sciences, your experience will help you develop an appreciation for the world’s emerging health issues and inspire you to think globally and strategically. You will take your Health Science courses at Western—in one of the most well-recognized health science programs in the province. Research health across the life span, learn about aging populations or explore the ethics of health promotion – in our Health Sciences program, you have great flexibility to combine subject areas of interest to earn a major in a complimentary field of study. Under the guidance of your professors, you will enhance your management, communication and leadership skills through a variety of dynamic courses, including: Measurement and Analysis in Health Sciences, Health Issues in Childhood and Adolescence and Health Policy.
By earning a Bachelor of Arts, Major in Health Sciences, you have the opportunity to pursue a variety of subject areas including Health Promotion, Health Information Management or exploring a concurrent degree in Foods and Nutrition. At Brescia University, you get the best of both worlds by taking classes at Western, while having the benefits of a small, student-centred home campus at Brescia.
Admission requirements for Ontario high school students:
Employment opportunities for graduates include:
“ Theory to practice – that is what makes the Health Science program at Brescia unique. Not only did I gain hands-on experience though labs, but also directly from health care professionals in the London community. ”
“ I like the Health Sciences program because I get to explore the topic of health, which I am passionate about, and challenge myself to practice critical thinking skills. As a Brescia student, I get the benefit of being a part of both Brescia’s and Western’s communities. ”
“ A close-knit community, an emphasis on developing research skills, and a tailored practicum. Brescia provided the well-rounded experience I was looking for to launch my career. ”
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